Identifying and solving building problems environmentally without the use of chemicals
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Dr. Jagjit Singh, a Mycologist and Building Pathologist, founded Environmental Building Solutions Ltd in 1999. The following year, leading Timber Pathologist, Huw Lloyd joined the company. Between them they have over 50 years experience in chemical-free building conservation.
Steve Bradley, a Chartered Chemist and Occupational Hygienist, has also joined the team, with over 35 years experience in dealing with a wide variety of environmental and occupational exposure issues.
Pala Kaur is the Company Secretary and she can usually be found answering the calls at the helm of our busy head office.
We also have regional offices in Dorking (Surrey), Doncaster (South Yorkshire) and Brecon (Wales), so wherever you are in the UK, we can be with you too.
As one of the UK's leading 'building doctors' in timber treatment... EBS' Dr Jagjit Singh took part in two episodes of the BBC's 'Raising the Roof' - view each entire 30 minute episode by clicking the links below:
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Passenham Manor exudes history and was built (or re-built on older foundations) in 1623 with 18th century additions on the southeastern side. The 19th century saw more alterations and in 1935 a nursery attic was added, the house was re-roofed to designs by Sir Edwin Lutyens.
Within the grounds of Passenham Manor is a huge Grade 1 listed Tythe Barn (110’ x 25’), that is believed to date from the early 16th century. The walls are constructed of limestone, with an elaborate tie beam roof that is tiled. It is thought that it was used during the Civil War as a hospital by Cromwell’s troops after the battle of Naseby.